Course Collaborations's Public Collections

Living in an Urban Planet

10 objects, modified

This Collection contains works used by the General Education course "Living in an Urban Planet" taught by Professors Bruno Carvalho (Romance Languages and Literatures and African and African American Studies) and Diane Davis (Urban Planning and Design).

Emerging Issues in Humanitarian Response and Human Rights

10 objects, modified

This Collection contains works used by the Global Health and Population course "Emerging Issues in Humanitarian Response and Human Rights" taught by Professors Michael VanRooyen and Patrick Vinck.

Introduction to the Ancient Roman World

22 objects, modified

This Collection contains works used by the Classical Studies course "Introduction to the Ancient Roman World" taught by Rachel Philbrick.

  • A wide cup with large handles on either side and a low foot.

What Is a Book? From Clay Tablet to the Kindle

11 objects, modified

This Collection contains works used by the General Education course "What Is a Book? From Clay Tablet to the Kindle" taught by Professor David Stern (Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations).

Roman Daily Life: The Other Side of Rome

22 objects, modified

The Collection contains works used for the Classical Archaeology course "Roman Daily Life: The Other Side of Rome" taught by Professor Margaret Andrews.

  • A wide cup with large handles on either side and a low foot.

Tongue-Tied (Expos 20)

7 objects, modified
  • White bowl with rings of orange and black text

Is Privacy Dead?

5 objects, modified
  • A nude woman reclines on the floor of an ornate room, while servants attend her

Caravaggio, Outrageous

5 objects, modified

This Collection contains works used by the Freshman seminar "Caravaggio, Outrageous" taught by Professor Peter Burgard (Germanic Languages and Literatures).

Learning in the Museum: Pedagogies in Practice

14 objects, modified
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Field Methods in Humanitarian Crises

7 objects, modified

This Collection contains works used by the Global Health and Population course "Field Methods in Humanitarian Crises" taught by Professors Paul Gregg Greenough and Phuong Pham.